• Andrea Lupini
    13/08/2019 at 10:11

    The Ferrata is pretty, moderately difficult and with some non-trivial passages.

    I find SCANDALOUS, especially as it is a recently opened route, the almost total lack of indications.
    Fortunately I'm not the only one who thinks so, reading other comments.

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  • Alessandro Iotti
    30/06/2019 at 21:27

    La Ferrata is pretty, simple. A couple of steps just more challenging but overall easy. Like the whole area around the Falzarego it is beautiful. Easy to climb to the summit with a couple of steps on rocks without difficulty. Recommended.

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  • chiaralucia97
    27/06/2019 at 12:31

    Discordant reviews concerning the approach, as they take for granted the knowledge of the various military positions present on Sass de Stria.
    There are in fact two possibilities to reach the start of the via ferrata.
    1) From the Forte, follow the unpaved road towards Passo Falzarego, and take the third track of Sentiero that comes off the dirt road and goes up the slopes of Sass de Stria. At a small scree, pay attention to the path that goes up the scree up to the entrance of the Goinger Gallery. Go through the gallery until you come out of it. The path continues in level up to the grassy saddle, near which the Goinger station is found. Follow the directions for the Forte. Go almost completely along the path that goes around Sass de Stria, until you meet a stone on which the indication to reach the start of the via ferrata is shown in red. (1 hour from the Forte stand).
    2) If you want to avoid going through the tunnel, from the stand of the fort you have to follow the path that goes around Sass de Stria, going down immediately to the right. The start of the via ferrata is reached in 20 minutes.
    Ferrata covered in about 30 minutes: overall easy. Only two short moderately difficult passages.
    At the end of the ferrata, if you reach the top of Sass de Stria, calculate at least half an hour more time.
    (The two hours of time signed in the report do not include the ascent to the Cima).

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  • guazer
    25/06/2019 at 22:05

    Ferrata traveled yesterday 24/06/2019 ... We begin immediately with the indication that from the parking lot of the museum there are no indications of the via ferrata with the exception of a writing in black felt-tip pen (faded) on a white pole of the telephone adjoining parking that says “ferrata Fusetti, be patient ". There are no indications for the gallery. I find it shameful we are above Cortina next to the Olympics !!! .. Problem shared with two couples of hikers found on the alleged path.
    We circumnavigated the Sass de Stria up to the Colbertaldo edge and crossed the saddle ... with patience and paper in hand we reached a point where the path approaches the wall and we finally identified, with difficulty, the stone with the indications of the ferrata (only indications present) Alleluya! 1.5 hours of walking !! Very nice via ferrata absolutely not trivial, On many local sites they pretend to be easy but the moderately difficult of this site is all there ... two beautiful vertical walls with the cable that goes up straight as a spindle and in some places scarce grips make the climb adrenaline.No peg, bracket, ladder, crank except for an excellent cable always stretched with short sections and many cones in the two vertical walls separated with two comfortable traverses (one terrazzato) to catch his breath. Absolute historical value, Bella for the average ferrarista.To today it is not possible to reach the summit cross (fall they tell me), for the too much snow present and in the trenches ... down the normal route between different snowfields to avoid with caution.

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  • Filippo Rosi
    28/03/2019 at 15:03

    Stunning ferrata and environment. Not difficult. Suitable as a first ferrata in the Dolomite environment after having passed an easy test before.

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    • Andrea Munari
      27/05/2019 at 17:21

      An information about the outward and return journey, by chance, can be combined with the Goinger Gallery? Thanks

    • Alessandro Iotti
      27/05/2019 at 23:39

      Hi, I haven't seen it but the ride isn't long so I'm pretty sure you can match it to the via ferrata.

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